Of course there may be situations, when a starting
paragraph for a set of steps may be needed. I use this
to specify more space before the first step.
Without knowing the numbering settings all these e-mails
about the purpose of these paragraph formats are pure
speculation. Nancy, could you check the numbering and
> -----Original Message-----
> From: framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com
> [mailto:framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of
> quills at airmail.net
> Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 9:10 PM
> To: Mike Wickham; Nancy Allison; Frame Users
> Subject: Re: Standard tags for technical templates
> I'd say that S and S+ are duplicates if they both behave the same.
> And further I'd reformat the template so that you only have one tag
> for numbering at that level. The reste for the numbering being in the
> body, heading, and other tags. It's much more elegant, and removes
> the problem of missing that first numbering.
> At 2:57 PM -0500 10/28/08, Mike Wickham wrote:
> > > For example, the current template uses these paragraph tag names:
> >> S
> >> S1
> >> S+
> >> Both S1 is for Step 1; S and S+ act as Step +. (I don't
> know why there
> >> are two tags that appear to have the same function. A
> mistake? Or am I
> >> missing something?)
> >S1 probably resets the autonumbering to start over at Step 1.
> >S probably continues the numbering from the previous step.
> >And S+ is probably for those situations where a step has
> more than one
> >paragraph. You don't want "Step n" at the beginning of such
> a paragraph, so
> >it omits the autonumbering.
> >Mike Wickham